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While the rest of the world reveled in the fairy tale-like pageantry and romance of the royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, liberals in the United States seized on the bride’s biracial background to advance their divisive ideology.

Leading the way was race hustler Al Sharpton, the MSNBC host who carved out a very comfortable living for himself shaking down corporations. Speaking at a rally Saturday put on by his National Action Network, Sharpton took the lovely union of two people in love to say the royal wedding is proof that white male supremacy is coming to an end, the New York Daily News reported.

“When you got little white girls in Wales saying, ‘I want to be like Meghan,’ there’s a shift worldwide that white male supremacy is on its last breath,” Sharpton said.

Never mind that the myth of “white male supremacy” is a liberal construct from the racial grievance industry that has little application in the real world. But that didn’t stop the so-called reverend from using the occasion to praise the family of the left’s messiah, Barack Obama — while getting in a prerequisite shot at President Donald Trump.

“When you have little white girls in Arkansas look up and say, ‘I want to be beautiful and smart like Michelle Obama, I want to dress like the Obama girls,'” Sharpton said, “that’s where that white supremacy is questioned.”

“White parents in their living room say, ‘We’ve got to do something,'” he continued. “That’s what Trump played on. ‘We’re losing control of our own children.'”

It doesn’t seem to register with the charlatan incapable of seeing beyond the color of one’s skin that there’s little job security for him in the assertion.

But then, Sharpton’s never been accused of being the sharpest knife in the drawer.

Sharpton went on to claim the British monarchy “hid the fact that there was an African-blooded queen 57 years married to King George III,” before putting the new bride in a difficult place of carrying the standard for an entire race.

“But Meghan is too well-known. Y’all ain’t gonna hide Meghan,” he said. “In fact, she brought mama there so y’all can’t.”

Tom Tillison

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